With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Then The National Lottery Daily Play
A family must cut costs to afford a holiday to Australia.
Properties in Liverpool, Derby and Norfolk go to auction. Followed by News; Weather
A Northamptonshire mother gets to grips with her toy-strewn home.
A couple need to raise money for a poignant project.
A retirement property in Spain Proves disappointing.
Boyd lies about his injuries.
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Intolerance. A gay man appears to be the victim of prejudice. Guest starring John Inman.
Writer Bernard Padden
Dr Helen Thompson:
Dr Georgina Woodson:
Dr Jack Ford:
Something Borrowed, Someone Blue. A murder spoils Grady's wedding plans.
A fitness fad starts, and Miss Gotto falls ill.
The kids tire of being pushed around.
Double bill of magical fun.
The story of the First World War Christmas truce.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Then Weather with John Hammond.
Awards Geoff Clark with Sally Gunnell celebrate local sporting successes. Producer Peter Williams Exec producers Linda Bell and Andy Bocking 5205 Paramedics Jane and Gerard treat a patient with asthma, while Stuart contends with 150 fruit bats. Producer Mchael Houldey ; Exec producer Edwina Vardey
teams scour Detling antiques fair in Kent for money-spinners. Director Jason Holmes Series producer
Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
3/6. A single mother and her three teenage children agree to abide by psychological therapist Anjula Mutanda 's ground rules for a fortnight. Will her regulations bring peace to the warring family? The remaining three episodes show in the New Year. Director Guy Harris : Series producer Claire CollinsorvJones
The unpleasant results of holiday binge drinking are on view in a one-off episode of the occasional series. Police and medical professionals pick up the pieces as the great British public takes to the seaside for its annual two weeks in the sun - and it's not pretty. With strong language and violence. Executive producer Nick Curwin
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
BBCi: digital viewers can see lOo'Clock News EWafrom 10.00-10.45
Followed by National Lottery Update
3/5. Bruce Nauman : the Godfather of Modem Art A profile of the US contemporary artist whose sound installation is currently transforming the vast space of Tate Modern's Turbine Hall. The normally publicity-shy Nauman talks in detail about his oeuvre, while fellow artists Damien Hirst , Douglas Gordon and Tony Oursler offer their opinions of his work. Presented by Alan Yentob.
Director Robin Dashwood ; Series producer Ian MacMillan
Engineering the Difference. In the annual lecture, industrialist James Dyson addresses Britain's loss of interest in manufacturing, arguing that big changes are needed to ensure the country's future. Director Ian Russell ; Producer Daniel Brittain-Catlin
Quirky romantic comedy starring Steven Mackintosh and Rupert Graves. A man is shocked and intrigued to discover that a formerly male school friend is now a woman. Review page 57.
Director Richard Spence (1996, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Full On Food 2/7. A look at alternatives to cod, and traditional sausage and mash.
11/12. Emma Fox explores the secret passages leading to the Palm House.
4/8. Kenny Dyer from London runs a marathon in the Chilean desert. (AD)